City Girl (1930 film)
|Directed by||F.W. Murnau|
|Produced by||William Fox|
The Mud Turtle|
by Elliott Lester
|Music by||Arthur Kay|
Harry H. Caldwell|
|Distributed by||Fox Film Corporation|
The city girl Kate falls in love with farmer Lem. He takes Kate to his family farm but Kate has trouble being accepted by the family.
- Charles Farrell as Lem Tustine
- Mary Duncan as Kate
- David Torrence as Mr Tustine
- Edith Yorke as Mrs Tustine
- Anne Shirley as Marie Tustine
- Tom McGuire as Matey
- Richard Alexander as Mac
- Pat Rooney as Butch
- Ed Brady as Reaper
- Roscoe Ates as Reaper
- Mark Hamilton as Hungry Reaper
- Ivan Linow as Taxi Driver
- Arnold Lucy as Cafe Patron
- Helen Lynch as Girl On Train
- Jack Pennick as Reaper
- Guinn Williams as Reaper
According to a newspaper article in the Heppner Gazette-Times on the arrival of Murnau and actress Mary Duncan in Pendleton, the film's original working title was Our Daily Bread. Upon her arrival to shoot the film in August 1928, Duncan was granted the Round-Up Queen of the 1928 Pendleton Round-Up rodeo.
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